Dunkin’ Just Reintroduced A Popular Coffee Flavor

As someone with a longstanding affinity for Dunkin’ Donuts, I experienced great excitement when encountering memes featuring Dunkin’ Spiked coffee on my Twitter account. The Massachusetts-based establishment specialising in doughnuts and coffee is making preparations to provide a selection of alcoholic iced coffee and iced tea beverages known as Dunkin’ Spiked.

According to an initial report by VinePair, it has been observed that Dunkin’ Spiked has been included in the roster of approved labels on the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) database. Dunkin’ was granted label certification in the month of May; nevertheless, the specific date for its rollout remains undisclosed.

Customers of Dunkin’ are presently enjoying the return of the chain’s Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, and rumors are circulating about the chain’s Holiday 2023 menu. The rumored limited-time drink and food menus have been shared on social media thanks to fast-food fans. 

According to Instagram user @snackolator, Dunkin’ is bringing back its popular peppermint-flavored items and surprising customers with a few new options to keep them fuelled during the holiday season, including queso-loaded hash browns. According to @snackolator, the new menu will début at participating Dunkin’ locations nationwide on November 1.

In November, Dunkin’ reportedly plans to reintroduce two hot beverages: the Peppermint Mocha Latte and the Toasted White Chocolate Latte. The chain is rumored to offer a Spiced Cookie Coffee with brown sugar cookie and vanilla syrups prepared with oat milk as a new addition to its holiday menu. 

The Spiced Cookie Coffee and the Toasted White Chocolate Latte, according to Instagram user @markie_devo, will be available in both hot and chilled varieties.

However, there is more. Supposedly, Dunkin’ is also bringing back its Cookie Butter Cold Brew, which will be served in a new seasonal cup adorned with red, white, and green sprinkles, to accommodate to those who continue to enjoy cold coffee beverages despite the freezing temperatures. This iced coffee was crowned with cookie butter cold foam and cookie butter crumbles.

Dunkin’ has recently introduced a range of new in-store offerings, such as Popping Bubbles, Avocado Toast, and Lemonade Refreshers, which aim to bring delight and satisfaction to their customers. 

However, for individuals who like to savor their coffee in the comfort of their own homes, Dunkin’ has also unveiled a novel product.

It is worth noting that the Dunkin’ At Home product range offers individuals the convenience of savoring their delectable coffees from the comfort of their own beds or couches. The company’s existing assortment of nearly twenty-four flavors is highly regarded and greatly valued. 

Additionally, the brand has just introduced four new variations, providing further options for consumers to develop a fondness for. In all honesty, the current proposal may be regarded as the most exceptional one they have ever formulated.

On August 16, 2023, in the city of Boston, The anticipation has come to an end, and the long-awaited moment for aficionados of pumpkin spice has finally arrived: Dunkin’s assortment of pumpkin-flavored products has made its return. It has been a duration of 258 days since enthusiasts of pumpkin flavor last indulged in the delectable taste of pumpkin at Dunkin’. 

Presently, patrons have the opportunity to partake in the revival of the Pumpkin Spice Signature Latte, Nutty Pumpkin Coffee, and Pumpkin pastry assortment. In conjunction with the introduction of the restaurant’s new menu, Goldfish® Dunkin’™ Pumpkin Spice

Grahams are set to make a comeback in retail establishments throughout the month of September.

According to Jill McVicar Nelson, the Chief Marketing Officer at Dunkin’, there is a noticeable excitement surrounding their pumpkin assortment on an annual basis. The enthusiastic response of our fans towards this beloved flavor is simply remarkable. 

The evident enthusiasm expressed by customers on social media platforms and at our dining establishments serves to emphasize the strong association between Dunkin’ and the autumn season. During the pumpkin spice season, Dunkin’s vivid attitude is fully embraced as we enthusiastically incorporate our characteristic shade of orange into various aspects of our brand.

The chocolate crisp beverage will return for the summer, as announced by Dutch Bros.

Halfway between chocolate milk and coffee, the chocolate crunch is comprised of dark chocolate sauce, chocolate macadamia nut flavor, and chocolate milk, with OREO cookie fragments on top.

Previously, it was available at Dutch Bros for a limited period in April, when the Oregon-based chain celebrated National Cold Brew Month.

Customers can now sample chocolate crunch in one of three ways through August 31.

This week, Dunkin’ reintroduced its salted caramel cold brew, which is a slow-steeped, ultra-smooth, and creamy coffee.

When it debuted a year ago, it was so popular that it sold out nationwide.

In conjunction with the relaunch, Dunkin’ has reintroduced a caramel chocoholic donut that had been discontinued in 2019.

In the meantime, Starbucks has added three new non-coffee permanent menu items.

The company has introduced three refrigerated flavors of its popular Refreshers, including pineapple passionfruit, strawberry acai, and mango dragonfruit.